Helping America's Most Vulnerable

Day Seven: Nourishment and Kindness from a Stranger

Twenty Days of Giving in Northern New England

Holidays at our ReEntry Centers in Bangor and Belfast are not easy.

Many residents do not have visits from family members or friends. And holidays can be a reminder of pain and loss. Brighten the day with a donation toward a special holiday community meal.

Our evidence-based and gender-responsive programming provides counseling, life-skills development, workforce skills development, community service projects and support.

Community Corrections has been a part of Volunteers of America since its founding in 1896, when our founders Maud and Ballington Booth ushered in a wave of reforms in the early 20th century.

In Northern New England, we have been providing community corrections and reentry programs since 1992. Helping those most in need is our priority and why we do what we do.